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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller, plaza. >> hello, everybody. it's booze day tuesday. it's october 27th. that song is called "toothbrush." >> you know what, that's a lyric right there. >> by dnce which is joe jonas' new band. >> wow. >> did you ever think in your life there was a song that would be called "toothbrush?" >> maybe on a children's album. >> but no, for joe, probably a hit. >> wish we could hear it. >> yeah.
>> we've got a fun show for you today. finish this sentence, like sands through the hourglass so are the -- >> it's very iconic. >> we're celebrating an anniversary, 50 years of the nbc drama, daytime drama. >> can't believe it. >> with some of the soap's biggest stars and a few surprised for the diehard fans who we plucked off for some fun. >> let me tell you they are freaking with a capital freak and another incredible story about two stories who ended up saving each other's lives. was it a lucky coincidence, or was it divine intervention? >> i love, love, love these stories. >> me, too. >> and if you need some spooktacular goodies to help celebrate halloween donatella arpaia is in the kitchen. >> thanks, hon. we'll now reveal something that's been locked away in the
i don't know if you know this. >> the caves before there were vaults. >> kathie lee gifford. >> yes. >> one of the starts to her career, because you've had different -- you were a multi-pronged professional. >> i was a singer and then a commercial actress, yes, yes, yes. >> so since we're having our big "days of our lives" birthday kathie lee was on "days of our lives." first were you just and audio voice. >> no, no, first i was what they call an atmosphere person. i was in the screen extras guild. >> background. >> and then going like this, ho hod. they told me to -- not to act so much. >> then she got five lines or less. >> no, no. then i was a flight 22. i was a dismembered body voice and then i started doing under fives. >> under fives means under five lines. >> a big bay difference. >> and then she catapulted.
>> her name is nurse callahan in 1976. we have not seen this video. this is going to be fun. let's take a look. >> you have to eat, miss hamilton. >> i said i wanted a steak. >> that's not on your diet. you're still on soft foods. >> okay. i won't eat anything. >> well, then they will put you back on iv. >> they better use someone else's arm. >> i'm going to talk to the head nurse. >> you do that. >> oh, am i glad to see you. >> are we having trouble with callahan? >> she won't eat. >> that's our girl. >> yeah. >> why don't you send that back to the kitchen. she will eat sooner or later. >> well, i hope it's on somebody else's shift. >> first of all, snap. snap and snap. >> that is the worst acting i have ever seen. >> wait a second.
how did i go on to do films? >> first of all, i have a question. that's -- how high-pitched my voice. >> what happens to my voice. >> sailors, whisk he and cigarettes, and late night, that's what happens. >> by the way, you're adorable. >> so thin and so young. i was 22. >> 22. >> you were around cassidy's age. >> look at your face. that your stern you better eat. >> somebody else is just going to have to do it. >> that's so bad. >> again. >> thank you, "days of our lives" for putting me up with there. >> going to have a big reunion. you know who else is embarrassing every night, jimmy fallon fallon. >> he keeps falling down. yesterday jimmy made his first public appearance since hi fell down at harvard over the weekend, okay? and he fell down and now he showed up to be kind of fun with it he had on a hard hat and
goggles and called himself trippy fallon. four months ago he hurt his left hand very badly and this time he hurt his right hand at the harvard lampoon awards. he was holding a jagermeister. >> is that a beer. >> no, it's a liquor. >> it's a hard liquor. >> jager, i do. >> comes out same place. >> where he was presenting iffed to the band as a gift. anyway, his fall was caught on tape. i didn't see that. >> oh, here it is. >> is this after? >> oh. >> he fell over -- there was a girl apparently on the ground and he was bleeding. anyway he went to the hospital, got stitched up and he joked at his hand doctor is now driving a really, really expensive car. >> yeah. >> anyway.
>> anyway, he showed this video -- somebody just went out -- >> someone was asleep on the prompter. >> here's his explanation. >> apparently some girl was going to kneel down and give me a flower or something so she knelt down and i didn't see her and i was like -- what? and this hand is already gone so i'm like -- i through the bottle and then i just landed on broken glass, and -- >> wow. >> he needs to stay home on weekends. like i do because i'm accident prone as well. no, you need to stay home with that beautiful new baby of yours and your family. >> yes. he actually has a brand new video that he showed everybody of his girlfriend. take a look. >> can you say yes. >> can you see yes. yes, daddy, yes. wait a minute, what are you doing.
>> come on. come on. no respect. >> that is so -- i love kids. they are just so unfiltered. >> she's going to turn 1 by the way, 1 in december and winnee is 2. studies. as you know, this says have you ever been introduced to a stranger that kissed you on the cheek, that's become all more familiar? when you show up at a party or at a friend's house and there's somebody you don't know and they reach you on the cheek do you find that offensive, do you not like it or love it? a new study found most people don't like to be touched by a stranger anywhere than their hands. >> hello, nice to meet you. >> yeah. >> that's me. >> and the older i get the less you want to be -- i was man handled or womanhandled or elderly people handled because they i find, and i'm one of them now, are so effusive, and
it's -- i've got a bad neck. i think that's part of it. you just sort of brace yourself but kissers will often adopt an arm hold maneuver. show us what happened to the other day. you were at an event and you thought they were going to hug. >> i would rather hug than sheikh omar abdel-rahmaning hands is like this, boring. >> you will hug a stranger? >> yeah. but what i don't love is when people come to hug you and big arm and go like this and hold on, it's like a strange unusual -- i think you either embrace all the way. >> all in. >> or let it the go or just shake hands if you're going to go that way. >> i think it's okay. but etiquette experts say upon greeting a stranger offer to again. you know what i'm excited about, tomorrow, or not tomorrow, tonight, today, 2:00, i'm going to an acupuncturist. >> i know. >> i've been having horrible hot flashes and nothing is working so now it's starting to be out
of control like i can feel when it starts to come on. came on yesterday just before an interview or the middle of one at the end. >> and it really is upsetting your life, yeah. >> somebody said if you do it do you think it will work. >> i tried it and didn't work with me and it helped with something else and i can't remember what it was but it didn't help that in particular. may have to going g more than one time. >> are we going to tape it and we'll try to follow your progress on this. >> yes. >> to see if it works for real. >> it is starting to interrupt the quality of your life. no sleepy no -- >> anyway. >> no nothing. >> so do you have a recurring nightmare or bad dream you're trying to understand? we need to know about it. go to our facebook page and tell us all about it. we might decipher that dream later this week. do you have one that keeps repeating? >> i'm usually running and it's slow motion and i can't -- i feel like i'm really trying to run and scream and i can't make any noise, and i -- i'm going in slow motion and the person is coming fast. >> after you.
>> after me, yeah. >> mine is about gum, and i've got such a wad of gum that i can't talk, one of those things. >> can't breathe or just talk. >> i have to do something but i can't because i've got the wad of game. >> all right. >> all righty. just not talk talk? >> i can't can't doing something because of the wad of gum. you will love it today, because it is give away, and spank day. i love to spank hoda. >> and now, call your grandma and your daughter, because we are about to the challenges facing the country never stop. so neither does the u.s. army. we train. adapt. and get smarter. every soldier. every unit. every day. not to keep up with change; but to drive it. nobody knows what problems tomorrow will bring. but we do know who
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november 8th, 1965. >> that means five deed -- decades of love triangles, and shocking villains and more twists and turns than we can captured in a new book filled with rare photos and it is years." >> and join g ing us is deeder hall, and lauren koslo, and tao, and billy flynn. >> and standing on the side is a group of super fans from the plaza. and security is ready, because these people are crazy. >> they are. >> whenever we do one of these anniversaries, does it feel like years. how long have you been on, deed? >> 39.
>> does it feel that long? >> no. it has been on for so long, that it is home and safe there. >> and it is such a good gig for an actor to get, because it is security, and most of the acting is what is my next job and you can get a job for 39 years here. is fun, because hope's character had all of the crazy arcs -- >> you have seen nothing yet. >> and you can't give it away. recovering. >> and what is the craziest arc with the exception of what is ahead? >> the craziest, i would say it is as corny as it may sound, i have enjoyed every storyline i have been involved in, but the the craziest was the sleeping pill episodes that hope was having when she was branding men in salem. >> oh, we have all done that. >> and i have to say it is a
the princess gina store yline which was amazing, because i was playing so many characters and aged 50 years, and younger, and going to the plastic surgeon and the wardrobe, amazing. good story. >> and my mom used to tape it on vhs and send it to virginia tech when i was in college, because it had that following. and so it goes from are young old. >> yes, the way it is pass ped down on the lineage, and that is one of the neat things that r are issues that are topical on the show and then families share them together which is a great thing. >> did you see that wonderful hair back there, lauren? >> i have had it for five years. it is really fun. >> and that s is much more than
>> we love alice forton, but yes, i have great fun. >> when you go down the road, do people yell "patch." and what about tao. >> because i have played two characters over the time, they ask me who i am at the time. and right now i'm the villain of salem, andre. >> and this is not salem, massachusetts, but salem, illinois, and just as bad stuff goes on here. >> yes, but you can't have a hero without a villain, so it is great to have the disturber to come. >> and the villain, we love. >> and we have a ton of fans, but who has a question over there? >> this is jamie from nashville, tennessee, with a burning question about bo. >> are bo and hope going tot get back together? >> are bo and hope going to get back together? >> i don't know.
you have to wait and see. >> you cannot reveal. >> let me just say that there s is so much coming up on the show, and it is moving so quickly, and so fast. but it is very exciting. you are going to laugh. you are going to cry. you are going to sell celebrate, and there is goinging the be so many emotions running through everyone as they have been through us. getting the scripts and doing the scenes. you have a lot to look forward to. to. >> and yes, what about the young hunk in the back, billy. >> yes, let's hear from billy. >> oh, this guy. >> how about it? >> how long have you been on the show, be billy? >> i started airing september of last year. i am just soaking it up. >> and now, put up your hands if you have been on the show -- wait here it is. raise your hand if you have played multiple characters. raise your hand if you have killed someone on the show. and raise your hand if you have been abducted.
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whose real life twin has made multiple appearances on "days of our lives." eileen davidson, deidre hall, alfonso or kristen moss. >> you got it. >> b. >> deidre hall. >> what u.s. state is salem -- said to be located in? >> okay. >> a, wisconsin. >> b, illinois. >> illinois. >> get quicker. >> come on, come on. >> ready. come on. >> right near it. >> on it. >> which cast member who may be in our studio right now won the gold medal in figure skating at the junior olympics at the age of 13. >> this is real life. >> hope. >> hope. >> yes, indeed. >> all right. 2-1. >> in the sitcom friends which had a story line of getting on "days of our lives." >> phoebe, rachel or joey. >> she's first. >> she hit it the first. >> i don't know. >> 2-1. >> what is the famous line that
opens every episode of "days of our lives." >> go. >> you got it. >> she got it. >> you got it. >> like sands through the hour glass these are the days of our lives. >> good. >> okay, good. >> 2-1. >> which cast member and who again may also be in our studio right now enjoys doing stand-up comedy in hollywood. >> marlena. >> deidre hall. >> that's right. >> which personality has not guessed stars, charlie sheen, michael buble or see, kathy griffin. >> michael buble. >> no. >> she gets if. >> charlie sheen. >> yes. >> okay. >> here we go. in what decade did "days of our lives" change from 30 minutes to an hour formate, '60s, '70s or '80s. >> '80s. >> '70s is right. >> i think we have a winner. >> kirsten is the winner but were you awesome.
>> thank you. >> all right, wait. >> marlena is going to tell us what the grand prize is. come here, marlena. >> hi there. congratulations, you're both knowledgeable, we love that about you. i don't have my glasses. what you're getting is two round trip tickets to los angeles and you will visit the set of "days of our lives" and come to our anniversary party and it's -- if everything goes right you'll be staying at -- >> and we have something for you, too, sweetie. you get the hour glass, the real deal. after the next? so predictable and so unsatisfying? what about pulling up a chair, a stool, a beanbag, and actually tasting our food. we are a creamy cheese that still believes in the beauty of a knife, in the elegant swipe of a . . . swipe. of course, that doesn't mean you can't dunk us or scoop us up. enjoy every single, sol-i-tar-y bite. the laughing cow. reinvent snacking. when people say i'm lucky to have this hair color, i thank them. but then i really
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it is boozeday tuesday and as the weather is getting cold, you will be probably spending more time indoor s s and noticing the things that you like least about your living space. >> so why not some changes. to inspire you for some home room design re-dos, we have francesco. >> hello. >> and do you have a theme that runs through the whole gamut before we show the before and afters? >> yes, don't give up. don't give up, and see what you can diy and what you can't diy, and some of the befores are not bad after, but the afters are impressive. >> and so people are afraid to
spend the money and then not know how to do something to fix it if they mess up. >> and what about in one? >> i would have lit a match and walked away. >> it is 1950s. >> yes, the the dark, dark cabinets and above, and if you is see the fluorescent lighting and the harvest gold appliance, and truly a challenge. and the flooring is to be designed. >> okay. what d did you id you do? >> it is quite easy. white bistro paint, and the homeowner decided to do the interior and not the exterior, which helps to chip away. and they did open concept shelving in the kitchen, and they could not afford the marble count countertops so they did the for micah and --
>> dead they change the floor, because now you won't mind the floor floor. >> and they did extend the entrance way and the ceiling is redone, and striking before and after. >> yes, that is a difference, and can it cost a lot? >> well w paint is something that you can easily do and affordable, with some paint and elbow grease. i would have gone with a little rug or something in the middle brass detailing. >> and this is the before and the after of the bathroom. >> and the cat is real. >> it is like from the 1920s that big bathroom. >> it is an interesting bathroom, and art deco, and 1936 spanish home, and they came with the pink and black tiles, and the old fixture, and if you go to the after shot, and you will see the dramatic transformation. >> it is not the same space. >> it is not, but it is. and they moved a window, and let
me tell you, if you are going to take on the challenge, it is ex expensive and not terribly expensive, but you have to have a good contractor, because you have exterior as well. >> where was it before? because i don't remember. >> it was cloes ser to the vanity, and the arch over the tub there, so they moved it. it worked for them, and that i have a larger mirror, and the trend. >> i love it. >> and the one take away -- oh, you can see the seamless with the glass door. and the one take to away here, and the tip for people at home with bathroom remodeling or d iy. keep the integrity of the home. so i hate a patchwork where you have a 1930s home, and then to a 2000s bathroom. >> this s is pleasant. >> yes, this is what my aunt
and so if you have traditional furniture and arrangement like the after, the floors are in good shape. good bones to work with here. >> and the after. >> wow. dramatic. >> that is like malibu now. >> it is really dramatic, and what i love about this and another note to take if you are going to be doing something, create a focal wall or the focal point, and here they did it with the tv flat wall and the fireplace. and the gorgeous charcoal paint, and what i like about that wall they hid the cords from the tv. and so it is going to set the tone, and come in and watch a movie, and have a good time and relax. >> that is impressive. >> and a little office at the end. >> little office. yeah. >> it is like everybody's office. >> but not maybe in the home. >> but maybe where where? >> this is an office at 30 rock.
>> samantha. >> and we have spent so much time in the home offices and work office, and so why not invigorate it and spark up the personality, and the focal wall, and the personality, and the pop of color and the art from home to make it familiar and layer a rug. the wall treatment is removable. many people think that because they rent a space, you can't do anything, but you can. >> and we have a little bit more work to do in there folks, but it is a nice steppingstone to enjoyable. >> and you have a patio? >> yes, if you are fortunate to have a patio, and this is a new yorker's dream. the drab brown color, and the about it. >> a place the to do the steaks. >> yes. and this is the after. wow. it is pretty amazing, what i love about this they painted the
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that they had discover d ed a deadly aneurysm hidden in the artery behind my kidney, and it is a bulging vein, and when it rup chuck, ture rupture, certain death. and n in the godwink, you saved don's life, but in the process, you saved your own. >> how about that. tim and don are doing fine, and they are grateful that their the godwink link sharing of a favorite song "so mermercy" by the way has amazing lyrics for another godwink. if you have ever helped a friend, the hand that you use may lift you up. >> that is a great, great song writer and singer. >> everybody has godwinks. >> you to pay attention. >> thank you, squire. >> and here is something else to
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and easy, peanut butter, pumpkin pie spice, and fondant and but butter rolls. we have butter, and brown sugar, and pumpkin spice, and you want to mix? >> what is that? >> pumpkin pie spice. and here's the big cheat. you don't have the make your own rolls. you can buy butter sweet rolls in the stores. >> like the hawaiian bread. >> yes, king's hawaiian, or you can go to the bakery and get the bread there. and so this is a square, and you take it there, and the same mixture here, and super simple, and if you want the do a cheat, i swap out and add some mas car mascarpone to it. >> why wouldn't you. >> and then i add a little bit of extra butter.
>> and sugar, and bake them in the oven for ten to 15 minutes at 325. and now, kathy, get to work. >> okay. >> and each of you get a mummy, and the sweet rolls. and you r are eating hoda? >> i have to taste it. it is so good. >> okay. and the fondant here and a good tip is the pizza wheel. and start gluing. >> i think that he has these hard, because they were sitting out a little bit. >> and put in the cornstarch, and put this as the glue and you will make your eyes and, and what about this? >> these things are very gloppy. >> what about, what are you talking about? >> and these are mummy buns. >> all right.
>> we are making popcorn -- and you like them though? >> yes. >> it is so easy to make. popcorn monster ball, marshmallows, popcorn, mix it up, and the marshmallow, and add the food coloring whatever you want. and it is not working. >> you see. >> oh, no. the hand. >> you just food colored your hand. >> mix it up, and you ladies like, and just make ing me go forward, and okay. spray your hands, because we have time, and it is a trick with pam. and start mixing, and go ahead. >> you didn't spray your hands. >> celeb ri rity chef. >> they look like that in the end. >> yes. >> now, we have to go. >> do we have to go? >> with yes. >> why is she still talking? >> you add the eyes and the hair and the teeth. >> and donna tell la is atella is going be
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